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411mania - Injustice: Gods Among Us Review

411mania - There is one thing you can absolutely count on when you get two members of comic book fandom together. It happens with any pairing at some point, no matter what company they support, which types of comics they read, their ages, their genders or any other factor. At some point, they will begin arguing about who would win in a fight between Superhero X and Superhero Y. It is a time-honored tradition in comic book geekdom and no single pairing is ever definitive (except perhaps Superman vs. any member of the Great Lakes Avengers). Thus, it is not surprising that comic books have been fertile ground for fighting games. Whether Marvel vs. Capcom, Justice League Task Force, X-Men: Mutant Academy or even games like the PVP aspects of DC Universe Online and Marvel Avengers Alliance, gamers can't get enough of comic book characters beating the ever-loving snot out of each other. (Injustice: Gods Among Us, PS3, Xbox 360) 9/10

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